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U-Haul hack exposes 67,000 customer records with stolen passwords

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U-Haul experienced a data breach that exposed 67,000 customer records due to compromised legitimate credentials. The breach occurred between July and October 2023, with personal data items such as names, dates of birth, and driver’s license numbers being accessed. The breach did not involve payment information, and affected customers in the United States and Canada. U-Haul is offering affected individuals one year of free Experian IdentityWorks membership for protection against identity theft. This is the second breach in less than two years that leveraged legitimate passwords.

American moving and self-storage rental company U-Haul disclosed a data breach that exposed tens of thousands of customer records due to compromised legitimate credentials. The breach occurred over a two-month period between July and October 2023, during which personal data items such as names, dates of birth, and driver’s license numbers were accessed. The breach impacted 67,000 customers in the United States and Canada, but did not expose payment information. U-Haul is offering affected individuals one year of free Experian IdentityWorks membership for protection against identity theft.

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